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Gratitude list before passing out

1. Getting a tour of a beautiful French cathedral via WhatsApp.
2. Seeing the most lovely picture ever that made me want to spend the day with my family.
3. Having a sister that can teach me things I don’t know anything about.
5. Waffles. And chocolate. And coke. It’s Saturday, okay?
6. The sun.
7. Showering while listening to Fleetwood Mac.
8. Improved my lettering.
9. My bed.
10. Lying in the dark while listening to film scores.


Tagged by @powerdragonmoon! The challenge is to create an aesthetic post taken purely from your own pictures from your phone. Let me tell you, I’m so relieved I didn’t delete the pictures from a hike I did in January, or else I’d have nothing! 

Wanderlust/desert aesthetic? I dunno, you decide.

I’m tagging @indi-dork@kaelvas, @fakeflowerslastlonger, @inspiritshiningstar, @lofas, @iwanttotravletheworldsomeday, @sassmastersulu, and @thelastpilot since I’m super curious what you can create! 

anonymous asked:

Why is the timing always fucking shady? What's the thing with March25? Should I erase it from my future ? Just sleep all day?? Honestly it's all very bizarre but for now we just need to step back and see how it goes. From thz beginning of this I was 👀 and *shrug* and now I am ready to embrace a real paternity from my son! Even I am still👀. Can't wait to see how it goes

Anonymous said to shadyshit91:It does look so much more realistic and genuine than Louis’s though. I don’t know if this is a BG 2.0. That picture is so much sweeter than Louis’s, too. It’s about the baby. You can’t see they’re faces really, but the body language makes the baby so central. Louis’s first two pics looked like narcissistic photo shoots. Liam’s looks like a new dad cradling his son. Maybe they learned from BG 1, but I’m not sure now? That picture is actually pretty moving.

Tbh I Was waiting for Liam’s comment on the matter and now I really don’t know what to think 

anonymous asked:



Bastard with those pictures. I actually waited for some shit to load.



Yuuri tells Victor his thoughts during their first dance.

I want to thank @thehobbem so, so much for co-writing the dialogue! She spent hours going through metas and crafting this line-by-line with me. Yuuri was much harder to write for than Victor and I couldn’t have done it without her tireless work. ;u; I also want to thank @teasidesketches for doing final revisions despite not being in the fandom. You two are the best. <3

I also want to dedicate this to @solfegefaerie for being the first one to give me the idea of writing Yuuri’s vows. They’re not vows this time, but I thought this was suiting. :) 

If you can, you should read this while listening to “Yuri on Ice.” I matched the flow of the comic to that of the song, hence the tribute to the representation of Yuuri as the lone piano until Victor comes into his life as the violin (in case you were wondering about the sudden Music AU thrown in the middle there). 

Pair comic to Victor’s Vows.

Thoughts on YOI winning the “Best Animation”Award

Animation is about creating an illusion of movement by quickly playing multiple successive pictures together, and in this way, bringing a story to life.

Clearly, the Yuri!!! on ICE artwork during some of the latter skate scenes was not the quality we’d expect from a “best animation”-nominated show, but the attention to detail and actual animation during most of the scenes was quite evident? The YOI staff hired multiple choreographers and ice skating professionals so that they could get even the smallest details like sound, color, and positioning right. 

Here’s an example of the attention to detail, as shown by not only the leg movement but also the ice movement:

Handpicking and comparing sub-par YOI screencaps to the best screencaps from another show is honestly quite unfair, as animation is not about a single picture. It is about playing multiple slightly-varied successive images quickly to create an appearance of movement. 

To better argue my point, just looking at the following picture is not equivalent to evaluating YOI’s animation.

Even looking at this screenshot, which is clearly nicer than the prior one, is not a sufficient method of evaluating YOI’s animation

The following gif, however, is an example of animation:

It follows the term’s literal and common definition.

Let’s be clear. I’m not saying that YOI should have won the “best animation” category, as plenty of other nominees could have arguably taken its spot. I’m simply asking people to look at the show’s animation as a whole, rather than at a few screenshots taken on their phones.

Felicity is an angel, she’s a great actress, an adorable human being. Sometimes when things got tough, it was amazing to know that she was there to give you a hug and say “come on, we can do this”. We made a team, a family.